Sep 23, 2017
Get thee behind me Achilles. Hi, I’m Nuke, and this is the AntiSF Radio Show Achilles, in when the water rises we may retire on a word with Sammy of the five-hundred. Really? Let’s get some facts. Achilles is a large and dark Jupiter trojan beast telescopically unmasked in 1906 by Max Wolf. It’s diameter is about...
Sep 16, 2017
Salutations and greetings to the AntiSF Radio Show Achates, the place where you and I will hear three fine flash fiction stories, two of them by Antipodeans, and one by a podean who plays an upright bass in a rock n roll band. Achates, by the way is a Jupiter Trojan discovered in 1991 by Carolyn Shoemaker, and the rock...
Sep 9, 2017
Roll up, roll in, roll on, and thanks for joining me here at
Achaia, a stony florian discovered once, and then rediscovered ten
days later. Hi, I’m Nuke, your host and editor. We’re here on the
AntiSF Radio Show Achaia to discover two stories, and perhaps to
rediscover them ten days later.
No losing those ears now....
Sep 2, 2017
A hearty hail to you and yours, and welcome to the AntiSF Radio
Show Acevedo where we’ll be, temporarily at least, a member of the
Flora family. And Acevedo is one of the largest, orbiting Sol a
couple of AU out, once every 3 years and 6 months (1,286 days).
And as we rotate into evening, it’s story time featuring...
Aug 26, 2017
Hello fellow speculative fiction fanciers, this is the AntiSF Radio show that was discovered by Masahiro Koishikawa at the Ayashi station of the Sendai Astronomical Observatory, and strangely named Acapulco, after the Mexican city of the same name. In here you’ll find out that the human question is solved by a little...